Very few people are willing and able to get close enough to a shark to figure out what its breath may smell like, but if we were to imagine it, it would be smell just like Sharksbreath marijuana seeds. Don’t worry, this indica-dominant hybrid won’t bite you – though potent (topping out at a whopping 26% THC), it’s tangy, sweet aroma and sativa-genetics are a great aid when you are looking to relax and unwind.
Sharksbreath marijuana’s effects will hit you hard and fast, with a tell-tale pressure around the temples and eyes, and a progressive relaxation throughout the body. The tensions of the day quickly dissipate, but you’ll find yourself inspired and creative rather than lethargic and ready for a nap. Of course, higher doses will have you seeking the comfort of your couch cushions for an afternoon or evening of mindless binging.
You may not believe cannabis can help concentration, but the sense of focus and direction associated with a Sharksbreath high can benefit patients with conditions like ADHD. Not to mention the mood boosting effects may relieve stress and depression.
What does Sharksbreath smell like, anyway? We can’t speak for the predator, but this marijuana strain is pungent and skunky, and some say features a sharp, sour orange tang – the kind of scent that one might find hard to disguise.
Producing large and dense colas, Sharksbreath marijuana seeds will turn into plants that are a lovely shade of green with dark orange pistils and a sprinkling of amber trichomes that give it a unique yellow tinge. Preferring a semi-humid climate, these plants tend to be on the shorter side, and you’ll want to prune away broader leaves to allow light to reach lower branches. After 9 weeks of flowering, you’ll find your mature Sharksbreath plants will produce a moderate yield of balanced cannabis that anyone would consider a true catch.
Pungent in an earthy way, Thai marijuana smoke hints at sweet and spicy notes of fruit, though that woody suggestion is strong on the nose. Thai is well known for its sweet and creamy smoke, piney in the mouth, with hints of herbs and citrus fruit as you exhale.
As a pure sativa strain, Thai marijuana is clinically suited to treating patients suffering from conditions like chronic fatigue or mood problems like depression. Some have expressed its success in treating chronic stress and inflammation, along with chronic and minor pain like cramps, spams, and migraines.
Despite its heritage as a pure, tried-and-true strain, Thai marijuana seeds are trickier to grow, and its recommended that master growers give this landrace a go. Despite its popularity across the community, its desire for specific climate (a hot, sub-tropical climate) means its more finicky than your average strain, requiring more attention and care to successfully get it from germination to harvest.